Links and Programmes

A range of documents, resources, and taught programmes are available to help support performers’ health and wellbeing.

Resources for Performers’ Health and Wellbeing

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The British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM) is a specialist healthcare charity that offers a wide range of free services, resources, guidance, and training to support all aspects of performers’ health and wellbeing.

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The Incorporated Society of Musicians offers a range of health, wellbeing, and safety advice for musicians on their website, with additional resources available for members.

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The Musicians’ Union offers a range of health, wellbeing, and safety advice for musicians on their website, with additional resources available for members.

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One Dance UK offers a range of guidance for dancers’ health and wellbeing, as well as a directory of healthcare practitioners specialising in working with dancers.

Taught Programmes covering Performers’ Health and Wellbeing

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The Royal College of Music’s MSc in Performance Science offers training in how to conduct research examining performance, with particular focus on performers’ health and wellbeing.

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Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance offers a BSc (Hons), MSc, and MFA in Dance Science, with training in the physiology, psychology, nutrition, and biomechanics of dancers and the impact of dance on health and wellbeing.

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University College London offers a degree in Performing Arts Medicine as an MSc, PGDip, or PGCert. It provides specialised training to those interested or already involved in health services or health education to performing artists.

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